ISLAMABAD: Security agencies on Wednesday unearthed another network of Indian spies that is involved in terrorism in Pakistan and is being run under auspices of New Delhi’s embassy based in Islamabad.

According to sources, the two diplomats have been identified as Rajesh Kumar Agnihotri and Balbir Singh.

Security sources say the network is second largest in Pakistan after the espionage setup of Kulbhushan Yadav.

Balbir Singh, an agent of India’s Intelligence Bureau, is currently working as the First Secretary Press Information at Indian High Commissioner in Islamabad, said sources.

Another man, Rajesh Kumar Agnihotri, is currently serving as Commercial Consular at the Indian High Commission.

According to sources, Agnihotri and Singh are involved in incidents of sabotage and terrorism inside Pakistan.

The government authorities have decided to expel the Indian officials involved in the anti-state activities, sources said.

Sources further revealed that Indian diplomat Surjeet Singh, who was recently expelled from Pakistan after being declared persona non grata, was also part of Balbir Singh’s network.

Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahamd Chaudhry had expressed deep concern over the activities of expelled Indian diplomat Surjeet Singh that were in violation of the Vienna Convention.

Pakistan authorities had arrested Kulbhushan Yadav, an Indian spy working for the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), from Balochistan in March this year.

Yadav was arrested on charges of espionage, which he confessed to in a video message. He had also confessed to facilitating militant outfits responsible for causing mayhem in the province.